Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio
Built in the 4th century to house the bones of the Three Kings, Sant'Eustorgio is one of Milan's oldest churches. Its harmonious...
This straightup bar is where the locals come to down the best bloody marys and mojitos in Milan and hide from the weekend Navigli hordes.
Set around a 1700s public laundry that used water siphoned off from the Naviglio Grande canal, El Brellin’s candlelit garden is a...
Alzaia Naviglio Grande 4 · interesting places nearby
Navigli Lombardi information
Canals were the autostrade of medieval Milan, transporting timber, marble, salt, oil and wine into town. The largest of them, the Navigli Grande, grew from an irrigation ditch to one of the city's busiest thoroughfares by the 13th century. From April to mid-October you can take a boat tour along it for views of the churches, farms and villas that line its banks.